Recently Fanon’s life work has received quite some attention from the academic world.
In much Algerian discourse, including by its human rights NGO's, black Africans are pathologized as disease carriers.
The story of Algeria's brilliant, and heroic, footballers who played for independence.
In a recent interview on a private Algerian TV news station, French presidential candidate Emmanuel Macron
One of the most enduring legacies of colonialism is the idea that it is impossible to contemplate a future in which the rest of the world does not resemble Europe.
The Algerian novelist, Kamel Daoud, gives a name and a history to Albert Camus's "The Stranger."
El Foukr R’Assembly is a collaborative music and film project initiated by Algerian filmmaker Oualid Khelifi. It
More recently the majority of Algeria’s World Cup squads are born in France. This can either be interpreted as a judgment on the national association or the commitment of the diaspora to the national cause.
Episode 3 of Africa is a Country Radio is live on Groovalizacion and the AIAC Mixcloud
Why is the great director Charles Burnett (Killer of Sheep) making a state-sponsored biopic?
The French national anthem, La Marseillaise, is, if you think about it, a pretty nasty song.
FESPACO, or as it known as by its full name, the Festival of Pan African Cinema
Hollande’s visit coincided with a vote in the UN Security Council authorizing ECOWAS intervention in Mali; something Algeria, Mali's northern neighbor, objected to.
Rachid Khimoune grew up in a small mining town in Northern France where his Algerian parents
On show at the Islamic Cultures Institute in Paris until January, 50 Years of Reflection, is
The new video for the song “Alf Hilat” by Moroccan lute player and singer Aziz Sahmaoui
A quick survey of Western media suggests Tuareg nationalist claims don’t carry the same weight as
This item, below, from The Guardian’s (excellent) Sports Blog’s weekly round-up of Youtube videos (basically random
What gives Fanon's thinking its force and power is the air of indestructibility and the inexhaustible silo of humanity which it houses, argues Achille Mbembe.
Not sure what it says about France that Dominique Strauss-Kahn (he is portrayed as a victim of